The Lueneburg Heath Overview

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The Lueneburg Heath Overview

Heathlands were widespread in Europe centuries ago. Today they are only rarely found and it requires constant effort to maintain them. The Lueneburg Heath is the oldest nature reserve in Germany and the largest conservation area in Lower Saxony.The moorland sheep is the most famous animal. The Heath offers a habitat for a variety of rare animals which are on the Red List and are threatened with extinction.

The Lüneburg Heath

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